BAD: There is a beautiful and old church in the centre of the town.
GOOD: There is a beautiful old church in the centre of the town.
Do not use and between two adjectives that come before a noun unless they describe similar qualities, e.g. 'a red and green umbrella' (two colours), 'a gold and silver bracelet' (two materials), 'a hunting and fishing knife' (two functions).
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